I had two passengers and Surrey was a maze of construction.
The Patullo Bridge needs to be shut down.
The Big Truck traffic that drives down the centre of the 2 lanes, after all those other tolled and expensive other bridges were built for them.
One small car actually kept swerving into my line, showing it’s not just the big trucks who can’t drive.
New Westminster was little better and the insane parking lot that is the off the Bridge and up n around down to the Burnette Truck Route the Langley way, and the turn onto Royal Ave – New Westminster’s processional way.
Where turning up at 6th by the original building that was supposed to be the Capitol of the Province of BC – but was changed to Victoria on the Vancouver Island so the American Military couldn’t easily take the Provincial capital in the era of war before airplanes and so on towards modern drones; where the drab building across the street with the huge liquor store billboard more draws the eye.
Wall building around cities was frontier fort days, and Canada nationed up in WWI/II as cannon fodder proving wars are not great, nor so terrible that it ends them as a concept.
Which, Canada helped form the League of Nations, so Victorian, eh! Which gave rise to the UN, which experienced peak irony with First Lady Roosevelt getting the concept of human rights into law, knowing they would be denied to her and Hicks.
A frustrating parking lot, a medical building and back through that mess just in advance of rush hour, which makes me wonder why construction is not limited to 9:30 and 2:30, instead of backing up traffic more hours at both ends for everyone else.
Anyway, I just kept in mind that for some people there are opportunities and other people, accidents.
Honestly the level of distractions being built into vehicles, is horrifying. Worse, how many people think they are good or really good drivers, when they are average and worse, over-driving for the experience, vehicle and road conditions.
Anyway. tomorrow I go out again and I have 2 stops, 1 medical and 1 legal.
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why is a former mayor running for a counsel seat? I thought that Vancouver was a leap to BC Premiere.
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